Pastors from two creative communities, Andy Littleton and Eric Cepin, discuss the practical and theological dilemmas of ministering in a post-modern world.
Justin Bieber - Freedom
Pastor Andy and Pastor Eric talk about Justin's new ablum. They speculate about his transformation as a follower of Jesus. Freedom
The Kingdom of God
Eric and Andy talk about Jesus, the Kingdom, and our future hope.
Eric and Andy talk about the rise and fall of the apologist - Ravi Zacharias. RZIM (A report on the activities of Ravi Zacharias)
The Return To Church
Eric and Andy openly wrestle with the struggle of being a pastor in the Covid era.
Can You Feel The Emptiness Creeping Deep Inside
The following podcast is a crossover podcast between Healing the City and Faith Over Breakfast. Pastor Eric explores, with his father, how Jesus meets us in unique ways when we sit the emptiness that comes with disappointment, rejection, and...
John Cepin - Wisdom from a Jedi Master
John Cepin, pastor Eric's Dad, shares his story and offers guidance to those looking to draw close to Jesus.
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Honest, funny, encouraging
They fulfill their tag line of offering what it would be like to sit down with two pastors over breakfast. I treasure their honest reflections and thoughts on life, scripture, people, psychology, sociology, current events, and hot topic issues. After listening to this podcast for over a year I feel like they are my dear friends and occasionally I hear their reflective voice in my head, and it leads me to the voice of God. They offer the world a beautiful gift in this podcast. Eric is a great question asker and Andy has gifting in pushing in deeper and asking what Christian phases and lingo actually mean. I leave each podcast with a new thing to ponder or engage.
Thank you Andy and Eric for your thoughtful, kind, and engaging conversations. Well done. Worth a listen!
Eric, Andy, I appreciate the opportunity to get to know you and your positions in our church community more. I’m thankful for your candidness, willingness to question each other, explore difficult topics in the Christian faith and the consistent side notes on good food. This is a great engagement with our culture and I love the authentic, no gloss, approach to what it means to live our faith day to day.